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DAIGON Esports Announces Exciting Esports Competition for COBIS Schools!

We are thrilled to announce the inaugural Esports Competition organized by DAIGON Esports, exclusively for COBIS schools! This groundbreaking event is set to commence on January 16, 2024, and promises to be a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their gaming skills and represent their schools on an international stage.

Key Highlights of the Competition

Games Lineup:

  • Minecraft ‘Capture the Flag’

  • Suitable for all age groups: U12, U15, U18

  • Playable on various platforms including Windows, Mac, iPad, Chromebook, and consoles

  • Team size: 5 players

  • Rocket League

  • Suitable for all age groups: U12, U15, U18

  • Requires PC/Windows or consoles like Playstation, Nintendo, or Xbox

  • Team size: 3 players

Squad Details:

  • Rocket League: 3 to 4 players per squad

  • Minecraft: 5 to 7 players per squad

  • Each school can enter up to 2 squads per game, per age bracket

  • Students are restricted to one squad per age group, per game

Participation Costs:

  • Rocket League: 90 USD per squad

  • Minecraft: 150 USD per squad

Age Groups:

  • The competition is open to Under 12, Under 15, and Under 18 categories, with a recommended minimum age of 8 years old.

Competition Dates:

  • The competition spans several dates, with the final showdown scheduled for March 16, 2024. Matches are set for 15:30 CET, GST, and HKT, with flexibility for other time zones based on participating schools' locations.

Prizes:

  • 1st Prize: Trophy, branded T-Shirts, 3 Xbox Series S consoles, and a free 10-week DAIGON Esports After School Club for up to 15 students

  • 2nd Prize: 1 Xbox Series S and a free 10-week DAIGON Esports After School Club

  • 3rd Prize: Free 10-week DAIGON Esports After School Club

  • All Entrants: $299 discount on the DAIGON Esports After School Club setup

Additional Resources:

Why Esports in Schools?

Esports in schools is more than just gaming. It's about fostering international mindedness, developing 21st-century skills, and opening new pathways for students and schools alike. Participating in esports competitions can significantly benefit students, schools, and even future employers. Watch our CEO's webinar on the power of esports in schools here!

Stay tuned for more updates as we gear up for this exciting event. Let the games begin!

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